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  Saulteaux Tribe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Saulteaux are part of a larger tribe that live in the Northern States called the Ojibwa or Chippewa.
The land of the Saulteaux was unsettled by many of the Europeans due to poor soil and a short growing season.
The Saulteaux utilized birch bark to create many of their tools and canoes that were useful in their gathering and hunting.
www.mnsu.edu /emuseum/cultural/northamerica/saulteaux.html   (327 words)

 Qu'Appelle - Tales of Two Valleys
The Saulteaux, aware of the dissatisfaction of their tribal kin from treaties one, two, and three, were hesitant to enter into negotiations.
The Saulteaux, who were the more numerous, tried to prevent the Cree from attending the meeting—at one point taking the threatening to cut down the tent of one of their chiefs.
The Saulteaux continued to demand that the activities of the HBC be restricted, something that Morris replied he did not have power to do.
quappelle.mendel.ca /en/tales/treatyfour/treaty   (1807 words)

 U of R General Calendar 2000-2001
Structure of Saulteaux II A continuation of SAUL 102.
Saulteaux Grammar and Orthography II A continuation of SAUL 104.
Study and analysis of non-fiction literature in Saulteaux, such as biography, history, politics, news stories, narratives, and technical writing.
www.uregina.ca /gencal/gencal2000/gencal2000-33.html   (362 words)

 Saulteaux Indians, Manitoba, 1887, by Joseph Tyrrell - The Canadian West - Exhibitions - Library and Archives Canada
Saulteaux Indians, Manitoba, 1887, by Joseph Tyrrell - The Canadian West - Exhibitions - Library and Archives Canada
They recognized that their research had to extend into areas other than rocks and minerals if Canada was to become better known to the world.
With this philosophy in mind, Tyrrell photographed this family of Saulteaux Indians during a research trip to northwestern Manitoba in 1887.
www.collectionscanada.ca /canadian-west/052920/05292025_e.html   (84 words)

 Science Fair Projects - Saulteaux
The Saulteaux are a First Nation in Saskatchewan, Canada.
The Saulteaux were first encountered by Europeans near the site of present-day Sault Ste.
Marie, Ontario (hence their name—"people of the falls", initially Saulteux in French, distorted to English Saulteaux), but they moved west with the expansion of the fur trade and now live in Saskatchewan.
www.all-science-fair-projects.com /science_fair_projects_encyclopedia/Saulteaux   (232 words)

 The Plains Cree by David G. Mandelbaum   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The sweat lodge used by the Eastern Cree, Northern Saulteaux, and Naskapi is the same as that of the Plains Cree.
The Northern Saulteaux build a rack for drying berries, as is done among the Plains tribe, but unlike the Plains custom, a fire is built under the scaffold to hasten the process.
The Northern Saulteaux and the bands of the Labrador Peninsula are said to have used unhafted axes.
www.schoolnet.ca /aboriginal/Plains_Cree/part15-e.html   (7900 words)

 U of R General Calendar 2002-2003
The study of the sound system and phonological processes of Saulteaux and its dialects with reference to contemporary phonological theory.
The structure of Saulteaux phrases, clauses and sentences.
Investigation of complex phenomena in Saulteaux phonology at the word, phrase and sentence levels.
www.uregina.ca /gencal/gencal2002/gencal2002-35.html   (484 words)

 Diacritics and Digraphs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
However, in the western dialect, Saulteaux, it is possible for two short vowels to appear side by side, so that “aa” could be long “a”, or two instances of short “a”.
To solve this problem, Saulteaux people using Roman orthography write long vowels with an accent, often an acute (á).
Saulteaux is traditionally written in Syllabics, which similarly uses a dot accent to mark long vowels.
www.languagegeek.com /issues/diacritics_and_digraphs.html   (203 words)

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
The commissioners subsequently regarded Coté as the principal leader of all the Saulteaux; however, neither the Quill Lakes nor the Qu’Appelle River Saulteaux recognized him as their spokesman or leader, a point they made clear at the council.
At the opening of the treaty negotiations the Qu’Appelle River Saulteaux allegedly threatened Coté’s life and then confined him to his tent in order to make the government aware of their dissatisfaction over the sale in 1870 of Rupert’s Land by the HBC to the Canadian government.
The Saulteaux apparently found this answer satisfactory, and Coté was permitted to sign Treaty no.4, but only on behalf of his own band.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=39855   (590 words)

 The Dispatch - Serving the Lexington, NC - News
Saulteaux is a French language term meaning "people of the rapids," referring to their former location about Sault Ste.
The Saulteaux were originally settled around Lake Superior and Lake Winnipeg, principally in the Sault Ste.
Today most of them live in the Interlake, southern part of Manitoba, and in Saskatchewan; because they lived on land ill-suited for European crops, they were able to keep much of their land.
www.the-dispatch.com /apps/pbcs.dll/section?category=NEWS&template=wiki&text=Saulteaux   (347 words)

 Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online
He welcomed the first settlers brought to the Red River area by Lord Selkirk [Douglas*] in 1812 and is given credit for aiding and defending them during their difficult years.
The Saulteaux showed the settlers how to hunt and brought them along on their annual trek to buffalo country.
This included a strip of land two miles wide on each side of the Red and Assiniboine rivers, beginning at their confluence within the present city of Winnipeg and extending up the Red to what is now Grand Forks (N.D.) and up the Assiniboine to Rat Creek.
www.biographi.ca /EN/ShowBio.asp?BioId=38772   (916 words)

The following material is a "mock-up" of a tentative OED entry for the word "Saulteaux".
71 note, They are the Sauteurs or Saulteaux of the Canadians, and Sotoos of the fur traders.
There is no evidence that a residential condition was associated with any of the Saulteaux clans upon migration into the region.
www.d.umn.edu /~ahartley/SAULTEAUX.html   (755 words)

 Saskatchewan Sage Top News
Saulteaux 3 Stars goalie Keith Desjardin makes a save during a game against the Witchekan Lake team during the fourth round of play at the Battlefords Friendship Centre 38th Annual All Native Hockey Tournament held in North Battleford March 29 to 31.
With their Saulteaux instructor Scott at the helm of the planning, the two-day event saw over 300 students from the surrounding schools come to visit the Kinistin education centre.
Of course, the real winners in the whole scheme of things are the children, who are learning -in a fun environment-that the Saulteaux language is a part of their culture they can keep alive.
www.ammsa.com /sage/topnews-April-2002.html   (1877 words)

 Saulteaux Retention Committee ~ Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre
To develop within the Saulteaux communities and within the general public an awareness of the importance of Saulteaux language, culture and history.
To assure the health and vitality of the Saulteaux language by actively updating the lexicon and keeping language users informed of new terms.
To evaluate Saulteaux language and/or content instructional resource materials produced by non-committee members to determine linguistic, cultural, historic and pedagogical appropriateness and accuracy, reporting the committee's findings to schools in the Saulteaux communities and the Saskatchewan Indian Cultural Centre (SICC).
www.sicc.sk.ca /saulteauxretention.html   (354 words)

 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Saulteaux
Find newspaper and magazine articles plus images and maps related to "Saulteaux" at HighBeam.
Long View Resources Corporation Signs Letter of Intent with Saulteaux First Nation for 27,100 Acre Exploration Permit.
Long View Commences 2D Seismic Program on 27,000 Acre Saulteaux Exploration Permit and Updates Ingoldsby Drilling Results.
www.encyclopedia.com /SearchResults.aspx?Q=Saulteaux   (163 words)

 Treaty 5 Between Her Majesty The Queen And The Saulteaux And Swampy Cree Tribes Of Indians At Beren's River And Norway ...
Treaty 5 Between Her Majesty The Queen And The Saulteaux And Swampy Cree Tribes Of Indians At Beren's River And Norway House With Adhesions 1875
Treaty 5 Between Her Majesty The Queen And The Saulteaux And Swampy Cree Tribes Of Indians At Beren's River And Norway House With Adhesions
WHEREAS, the Indians inhabiting the said country have, pursuant to an appointment made by the said Commissioners, been convened at meetings at Beren's River and Norway House to deliberate upon certain matters of interest to Her Most Gracious Majesty, of the one part, and the said Indians of the other.
www.firstpeople.us /FP-Html-Treaties/Treaty-5-Between-Her-Majesty-The-Queen-And-The-Saulteaux-And-Swampy-Cree-Tribes-Of-Indians-At-Berens-River-And-Norway-House-With-Adhesions-1875.html   (1780 words)

 Welcome to Back to Batoche
His heritage was Saulteaux through his father, Muckitoo or Black Powder, a minor chief of a mixed Cree-Saulteaux band and Plains Cree, through his mother, whose name is unknown.
The government also failed to live up to the terms of the treaties: individuals and bands were not receiving their full treaty payments, nor was there adequate food on reserves, and government employees, such as Indian Agents and Farm Instructors, were negligent and abusive to First Nations individuals.
Since Mistahimaskwa (and the Cree) believed that a person’s soul resides in their necks, he did not want to see the spirit of his people crushed by treaties that were not in their best interests.
www.virtualmuseum.ca /~batoche/html/resources/proof_big_bear.php   (1614 words)

 Appeal Court sends Saulteaux pair to prison   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
REGINA -- Two former Saulteaux First Nation band officials convicted of improperly taking $2.8 million from a Treaty Land Entitlement (TLE) fund intended for their community are off to prison after the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal upped their sentences.
The judge who originally sentenced the pair "misapplied and overemphasized" a section of the Criminal Code that encourages judges to consider an aboriginal offender's background, the Appeal Court ruled.
When considering a sentence for Night and Moccasin, Queen Bench Justice George Baynton said he took into account the "aboriginal context" of how the Saulteaux First Nation was handling its financial affairs.
www.canada.com /saskatoonstarphoenix/story.html?id=9ff18adc-fa55-428b-87c0-125f2403bdb4   (426 words)

 Improving relationships   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
I grew up in the city without any knowledge of Saulteaux culture, language or history.
My mom, like others from her generation, was forced to go to residential school.
I felt like I had to deny my Saulteaux heritage, or at least not talk about it, to maintain a positive relationship with them.
www.canada.com /reginaleaderpost/news/viewpoints/story.html?id=d786c70f-3028-47d3-aca7-1249548a49ce&p=1   (556 words)

 Kinistin Saulteaux Nation's New School for the fall
The people formerly referred to as the “Saulteaux” are the most Westerly nation of the Five Nations peoples of East Central Canada.
Iroquois, Algonquin, Huron, Mohawk and Ojibwa were among the first people to sign formal treaties with the King of England and all five had a long tradition of democratic self government.
The opening of the new school will have a positive affect on the community, as it will serve as a focal point for community activities and a source of pride for everyone.
www.ftlcomm.com:16080 /ensign/kinistin.html   (693 words)

 Aboriginal Theological Education   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Francis Sandy Theological Centre (located at Five Oaks near Paris, Ontario), the Dr. Jessie Saulteaux Resource Centre (located in Beausejour, Manitoba), and the Native Ministry Program (linked with the Vancouver School of Theology) are the three schools preparing Aboriginal ministers and leaders in The United Church of Canada.
The Dr. Jessie Saulteaux Resource Centre is a tranquil setting on seven acres of treed property on the Brokenhead River near Beausejour, Manitoba, Canada.
Jessie Saulteaux was an Assiniboine elder from Carry the Kettle First Nation, Saskatchewan.
www.united-church.ca /ministry/education/ate   (683 words)

 Dreams and claims: Icelandic-Aboriginal interactions in the Manitoba interlake Journal of Canadian Studies - Find ...
Discrepancies between their accounts and archival records raise questions about how ethnic groups create and edit foundational myths as a strategy for group representation.
Analysis focuses on one Icelander's dream about a dead Saulteaux man and the transformation of that dream into a cultural myth about harmonious relations between the two groups.
L'analyse est axle sur le reve d'un Islandais au sujet d'un Saulteaux decede, et la transformation de ce reve en un mythe culturel sur l'harmonie des relations entre les deux grouper.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3683/is_200107/ai_n8973653   (946 words)

 Social Studies Student's Work
Currently, English is our first language and we learn Saulteaux at school.
We have Saulteaux class for 30 minutes three times a week.
Because of the different ojibway alphabet, words in Saulteaux are not pronounced as they would be in English.
home.merlin.mb.ca /~dfalk/sscultural1.html   (320 words)

 Saulteaux Family Genealogy Forum
Re: RE: Descendants of the Saulteaux - Marie K Cote Sherhart 7/03/01
Re: RE: Descendants of the Saulteaux - Jim Dowd 8/26/01
Re: RE: Descendants of the Saulteaux - Marie Cote Sherhart 8/16/01
www.genealogyboard.com /saulteaux   (111 words)

 Tamara Podemski
The Saulteaux are a branch of the Algonkian Nation living in the Great Lakes region and westward.
She was also the lyricist for SPIRIT NATION, writing all 11 songs in the Saulteaux language, and was both co-composer and lyricist on "Spirit Voices," which was also written in the Saulteaux language.
Tamara's upcoming album features ten original songs that she wrote and co-composed — this album marks the first time her writings are in English.
www.spirit7thfire.com /tamarapodemski.htm   (360 words)

 LA Daily News - Going to war
When Adam Beach heard Clint Eastwood was making "Flags of Our Fathers," the story of the men who famously — and in their minds, regrettably — became heroes for raising the American flag during the bloody battle of Iwo Jima, he called his agent.
Beach, a member of the Saulteaux tribe, wanted to play the tragic American Indian Ira Hayes, one of the six men seen in what became history's most reproduced photograph.
Eastwood wanted to cast age-appropriate actors and the 33-year-old Beach was a good decade too old.
www.dailynews.com /filmpreview/ci_4344062   (340 words)

 The Ojibwe Language
Anishinaabemowin (and closely related languages) is the second most widely spoken Native language in Canada.
Syllabics is restricted primarily to Saulteaux (Plains Ojibway) and dialects in Northern Ontario.
This is certainly the case in Roman orthography Saulteaux, where 〈aa〉 could be a series of two short /a/, or a long /aa/.
www.languagegeek.com /algon/ojibway/anishinaabemowin.html   (576 words)

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Woodlands Ojibwa or Ojibwa proper A. Northern Ojibwa or Saulteaux 1.
The southern boundary is the northern shore of Lake Superior and a line running somewhat north of but parallel to the Minnesota-Ontario border.
No precise boundary is given, but the Northern Saulteaux consist of those bands located more toward Lake Winnipeg, while the Southern Saulteaux consist of those bands located more toward Lake Superior.
lucy.ukc.ac.uk /EthnoAtlas/Hmar/Cult_dir/Culture.7862   (864 words)

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